The Stories We Tell Our Children RailsConf 2019 slides


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1. The Stories We Tell Our Children Ariel Caplan - RailsConf 2019 @amcaplan
9. Itamar Ben Avi (1882-1943)
11. Credit: Steerpike (CC BY 3.0)
12. Credit: The Land of Promise, Jerusalem: Israel Information Center, 2003
14. Eliezer Ben Yehuda (1858-1922)
15. Itamar Ben Avi (1882-1943)
19. A Tale of Five Balloons - Miriam Roth
20. Miriam Roth (1910-2005)
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22. Why would a book with a sad ending become so popular?
23. Hi! I’m Ariel Caplan (@amcaplan). I’ve lived in Israel for 4 years. Here’s me with my 2 children:
24. Content Warning! Discussion/images of: War, Injury, Death Abusive behavior and harassment Discrimination and racism
25. Israeli History Time!
26. 1973 The Yom Kippur War
31. Springfield Republican, June 1967
32. The Jerusalem Post, Israel, October 19, 1973
34. Dear Editor, I am now very sad. I worry for every soldier. I know of a woman who hasn’t heard from her husband since the war began, they don’t know anything. When will there be peace?… When there was a blackout, I thought, “This isn’t Israel! Why is everything closed so early? Why are there no buses? This isn’t Israel, everyone is so sad. Bella Carpenter, Jerusalem Source: National Library of Israel
35. Eliyahu Ben-Harush, 14, of Bat-Yam: …We just have to continue another few years as it is now, there is no choice. I believe that every few years there will be a war, like today. Perhaps the next generation will find a solution. Source: National Library of Israel
36. A Letter from my Uncle My uncle wrote a sad letter, A letter dipped in blood. He lies, wounded, bandaged, In Rambam Hospital… Many, many are the tidings, There are also too many wounded. Let peace come, let it come, let it come, And everything will stop! Tova Blair, 5th grade, Hod HaSharon Source: National Library of Israel
38. “In ‘Tale of Five Balloons,’ I didn't want to teach children about colors. I wanted to take them back and forth between sadness and happiness, so they could learn about overcoming sorrow, and the fact that when someone lovingly hugs a balloon, he can pop it. This range and diversity of feelings is a lot more important than learning the names of the colors.” Miriam Roth (Interview in Haaretz)
39. If you want to read the heart of a society… Listen to the stories they tell their children.
41. Kaspion the Little Fish - Paul Kor
42. Paul Kor (1926-2001)
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49. Stories carry messages. Intentionally or not.
51. A Flat for Rent - Leah Goldberg
52. Leah Goldberg (1911-1970)
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54. Credit: David Shankbone (CC BY-SA 3.0) Credit: Paul Arps (CC BY 2.0) Credit: SeeFood (CC BY-SA 3.0) Credit: kikasso (CC BY)
58. If you want the world to change, tell stories of a better world.
60. Stories reflect society. Stories carry messages. Stories are agents of change.
61. Create a Community
62. Improve a Community
63. Promote Others’ Stories
64. Promote Others’ Stories Credit: Vajrapani666 (CC BY-SA 3.0) Credit: gdsteam (CC BY 2.0)
65. Brandolini’s Law
66. Caplan’s Corollary Save your energy. Limit fighting the nonsense that’s out there. Instead, present a compelling alternative.
72. Paul Graham, "How to Start a Startup"
73. Itai Lahan CEO, Cloudinary
74. Tell the stories that create a better world. Promote great stories.
75. Stories reflect our world. Stories shape the future.
76. The Stories We Tell Our Children Thanks for listening! Ariel Caplan - @amcaplan